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My go-to daily driver: 


Class! My grail watch in blue face! Saving up so hope to buy soon smile.gif
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Class! My grail watch in blue face! Saving up so hope to buy soon smile.gif

This is my blue.



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Nautilus is something I've been gently working myself toward, maybe one day...  Speaking of which the 5711p dial is even more stunningly beautiful than the regular steel version:

 

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Nautilus is something I've been gently working myself toward, maybe one day...  Speaking of which the 5711p dial is even more stunningly beautiful than the regular steel version:


Yeah and the diamond ain't half bad either, but that's Ok, I'm still fairly satisfied.
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Nautilus is something I've been gently working myself toward, maybe one day...  Speaking of which the 5711p dial is even more stunningly beautiful than the regular steel version:


I thought I would love the Nautilus but after trying a few on they were extremely underwhelming to me. Royal Oak 41mm any day!
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Yeah and the diamond ain't half bad either, but that's Ok, I'm still fairly satisfied.

 

And who wouldn't be :)

 

I've been trying to track one down locally to at least try out, sadly no dealer in my area.

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I thought I would love the Nautilus but after trying a few on they were extremely underwhelming to me. Royal Oak 41mm any day!

 

15400 is far from subtle and it makes most non-monstrous watches look underwhelming.  Now other watches appear almost dainty in comparison (mind you the Overseas is actually 1mm bigger but the dial is smaller):

 

 

But the 41/42 mm is where I have to draw the line as anything bigger looks ridiculous on my girly wrist.

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I found out my dad wanted to sell one the other day. Being a rare watch I nearly had a heart attack. I told him the only excuse he has to sell the watch if he's trading in a MilSub for me :)

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I know this is the low board for diving into Swiss watch ownership, but it's all my budget could accomodate. I love the simplicity and elegance of the face.



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^No worries, it's nice to get some variety on here!

I like the font on the date window... odd thing to focus in on but it quite nice.
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I thought I would love the Nautilus but after trying a few on they were extremely underwhelming understated to me. Royal Oak 41mm any day!
I tend to agree.
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15300 today for me. 

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15300 today for me. 


Me too but I choose a different color.

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15300 today for me. 

 

 

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Me too but I choose a different color.
 

Hi Gents, for me its the 15300's ultra thin sibling...15202

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Picked up one of the new Kevlar straps with velcro closure. Watch is now 60 grams complete!

 

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